What is the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime Global eLearning Programme?
UNODCs Global eLearning Programme delivers training courses designed to strengthen the capacity of Member States to better address diverse human security and health challenges such as wildlife crime, human trafficking, drug abuse, HIV, gender-based violence, as well as promoting justice, human rights and international cooperation. Our courses have been developed by leading subject matter experts and are aligned with United Nations standards and conventions. Training is delivered online, offline and on mobile platforms and is available 24/7 to all registered users.
I forgot my password, what should I do?
If you forget your password, you may use the "Lost password?
" option on the registration/login page
What is the public area?
The public area is a learning environment available for the wider public, free-of-charge. Anyone can access this area after registering on the eLearning platform. The public area contains the following eLearning training modules:
- Introduction to Anti-Corruption
- Advanced Anti-Corruption: Prevention of Corruption
- Access to Legal Aid for Women in Criminal Justice Systems
- Essential Services Package for Women and Girls Subject to Violence
- Alternatives to Imprisonment for Women Offenders
- Implementing a Coordinated Criminal Justice Response to Gender-based Violence Against Women
- Toolkit: Gender & Security Sector Reform
- Judicial Ethics
- Understanding Transnational Organized Crime
- Nelson Mandela Rules
- International Legal Framework against Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) Terrorism
- International Convention for the Suppression of Acts of Nuclear Terorrism (ICSANT)
- Countering the Financing of Terrorism and Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMDs) by non-State actors
- Investigative Interviewing
- Developing and Implementing Policies and Procedures to Strengthen Financial Investigations
- Whistle-blower Protection
- Mechanism for the review of the implementation of the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime and the Protocols thereto
We are often adding new learning modules to the public area and recommend accessing the platform regularly to check for new modules. Please also consult the public area page for further details.
Why is there a restricted area?
Access to the restricted area of the Global eLearning Platform is reserved to designated groups of officials from the Member States' government authorities and organisations upon agreement with UNODC.
How can I get access to the restricted area?
The eLearning platform contains multiple learning environments:
- The public area is free-of-charge and available to everyone
- The 'restricted' area is reserved to designated groups upon agreements with UNODC
If the institution you represent or belong to is interested in receiving UNODC eLearning training in any of the areas encompassed by the UNODC mandates, we would be glad to consider an official request. Please contact the closest UNODC office in your country or region.
Is there any cost associated with the eLearning environments?
The courses in the public area are free of charge and available 24/7.
Will I receive a certificate of completion?
Yes, a certification of completion will be issued by UNODC if you pass the knowledge test with a minimum of 80%. You may access and download your certificate through the right-hand side menu of the platform.
How often can I access a module?
You may access your account as many times as you wish, as well as the modules. Pre-test and knowledge test (post-test) results are saved every time an attempt is made.
Can I retake the knowledge test?
You may retake the knowledge test (post-test) as many time as you wish. A minimum of 80% is necessary in order to obtain the certification of completion.
When are new courses going to be available?
The Global eLearning Programme is continually producing new modules and courses after a detailed assessment of needs with Member States and close collaboration with UNODC Headquarters. After production is completed, the Programme makes modules and courses available to Member States officials and, if appropriate, to the general public.
When are new translations going to be available?
The Global eLearning Programme is continually translating modules and courses into multiple languages. After translation is completed, the Global eLearning Programme makes these translated modules and courses available to Member States officials and, if appropriate, to the general public.
How do I keep myself updated about UNODC eLearning?
The best way to keep yourself updated is to visit the UNODC eLearning website. On our site you may access newsletters, information about new modules, and general statistics regarding the use and delivery of courses globally. The UNODC Global eLearning Programme is present on Twitter. The UNODC webpage regularly publishes articles related to the eLearning Programme.
I have an unanswered question, who should I contact?
If you have any unanswered questions, you may contact the UNODC Global eLearning Programme by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org